Black Hawk Mining of Canada last month presented to the Maine Land Use Regulatio
Black Hawk Mining of Canada last month presented to the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission a proposal for a gold mine at Bald Mountain in Aroostook County. Geologist John Cummings of Auburn discovered the ore deposit in Township 12 Range 8 in 1977, and it is estimated to contain 36 tons of gold, zinc, silver and copper. Black Hawk, which paid $2 million for the lease on the property and has invested an estimated $16 million in the project, plans to mine only gold and silver. The operation would employ 75 people, have an annual payroll of $3 million, spend $2.4 million for goods and service and last an estimated four years. Details.
Black Hawk Mining, Maine Land Use Regulation Commission, Mines and minerals
Austin, Phyllis, "Black Hawk Mining of Canada last month presented to the Maine Land Use Regulatio" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 6204.
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